Upcoming paper: “How to Make AI Artists Feel Guilty in a Good Way? Designing Integrated Sustainability Reflection Tools (SRTs) for Visual Generative AI” at ICCC (International Conference of Computational Creativity)

Our student-led study “Upcoming ICCC (International Conference of Computational Creativity) paper: “”How to Make AI Artists Feel Guilty in a Good Way? Designing Integrated Sustainability Reflection Tools (SRTs) for Visual Generative AI” has been accepted to the upcoming ICCC (International Conference of Computational Creativity) conference as short research paper.  Abstract “AI can be energy intensive, […]

Upcoming ACM IMX paper: “The Green Notebook – A Co-Creativity Partner for Facilitating Sustainability Reflection in AI Art Practices”

Our student-led study “The Green Notebook – A Co-Creativity Partner for Facilitating Sustainability Reflection in AI Art Practices” has been accepted to the upcoming ACM IMX conference as early-stage research paper. Abstract “AI is becoming increasingly popular in artistic work. Yet tools for calculating environmental impact of AI are more adapted for other contexts than […]

Workshop @ ICCC ’23 Conference: Fictional Abstracts: Ethics, Sustainability, and Creative-AI Futures

In June, we are organising a workshop at the ICCC ’23 conference on the theme “Fictional Abstracts: Ethics, Sustainability, and Creative-AI Futures”. The workshop invites participants to develop perspectives and sensitivities on the futures of AI-enabled computational creativity and to critically reflect on the assumptions, methods, and tools for enabling (and disabling) such futures, with a particular focus on questions of ethics and sustainability.